Fellow of the Decision Sciences Institute
Srinivas Talluri mainly investigates Marketing, Purchasing, Operations management, Data envelopment analysis and Supply chain management. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Marketing, Supplier relationship management and Yield is strongly linked to Industrial organization. Srinivas Talluri interconnects Vendor and Operations research in the investigation of issues within Purchasing.
As a part of the same scientific study, Srinivas Talluri usually deals with the Data envelopment analysis, concentrating on Process management and frequently concerns with Process. His work on Supply chain risk management as part of general Supply chain management research is frequently linked to Information technology, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Supply chain study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Risk analysis and Risk analysis.
Srinivas Talluri focuses on Supply chain, Data envelopment analysis, Operations management, Industrial organization and Marketing. His Supply chain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Procurement, Microeconomics and Risk management. The various areas that Srinivas Talluri examines in his Data envelopment analysis study include Quality, Environmental economics, Management science and Operations research.
His study in the field of Process also crosses realms of Flexibility. His work on Advanced manufacturing as part of general Marketing research is frequently linked to Set, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study in Supply chain management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Multinational corporation and Process management.
Srinivas Talluri mainly focuses on Supply chain, Industrial organization, Risk management, Procurement and Supply chain risk management. Srinivas Talluri has researched Supply chain in several fields, including Microeconomics, Profit, Risk aversion and Economic order quantity. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Service level, Order and Game theory.
Risk management and Multinational corporation are frequently intertwined in his study. His Procurement research integrates issues from Disruption risk and Operations management. His study with Supply chain risk management involves better knowledge in Supply chain management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Supply chain, Procurement, Industrial organization, Risk management and Economic order quantity. His research integrates issues of Lead time and Operations research in his study of Supply chain. The concepts of his Lead time study are interwoven with issues in Production, Order, Task and Service level.
His Operations research research includes themes of Valuation of options, Cash flow, Profit and Supply chain network. His Economic order quantity research incorporates elements of Information asymmetry, Common value auction and Microeconomics. Multi tier is integrated with Operations management, Disruption risk and Information sharing in his study.
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A Model for Strategic Supplier Selection
Joseph Sarkis;Srinivas Talluri.
Supply chain risk management: a literature review
William Ho;Tian Zheng;Hakan Yildiz;Srinivas Talluri.
Supplier integration—Finding an optimal configuration
Ajay Das;Ram Narasimhan;Srinivas Talluri.
Perspectives on risk management in supply chains
Ram Narasimhan;Srinivas Talluri.
A methodology for strategic sourcing
Srinivas Talluri;Ram Narasimhan.
Supplier Evaluation and Rationalization via Data Envelopment Analysis: An Empirical Examination
Ram Narasimhan;Srinivas Talluri;David Mendez.
A multi-phase mathematical programming approach for effective supply chain design
Srinivas Talluri;R.C. Baker.
Vendor evaluation with performance variability: A max–min approach
Srinivas Talluri;Ram Narasimhan.
Vendor performance with supply risk: A chance-constrained DEA approach
Srinivas Talluri;Ram Narasimhan;Anand Nair.
Faster, better, cheaper: A study of NPD project efficiency and performance tradeoffs
Morgan Swink;Srinivas Talluri;Temyos Pandejpong.
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